Burt Styler
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Burt Styler wrote three episodes of ABC-TV series "The Brady Bunch".

Vital Information
Name: Burt Styler
Birthplace: New York City
deathplace: Tarzana, California
Career Information
Occupation: TV/Film screenwriter/producer
Years active: 1949-1989
Family/Personal information
Character/Series involvement
Series inolved with: The Brady Bunch
Job with series: Writer
involved with:
wrote 3 in Seasons 1-4

Burt Malcolm Styler (20 February 1925 – 13 June 2011) was an American screenwriter. His film credits include the Bob Hope comedy Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! and such popular TV series as The Life of Riley, My Favorite Martian, Mayberry R.F.D., Gilligan's Island, McHale's Navy, M*A*S*H, Chico and the Man, M*A*S*H, The Carol Burnett Show, and Too Close for Comfort. Burt wrote the Season 4 episodes of The Brady Bunch, the Season 1 episode titled "54-40 and Fight", "The Impractical Joker" in Season 2 and "Career Fever" in Season 4.

He wrote or contributed to the teleplay for four episodes of All in the Family: "The Saga of Cousin Oscar" (story / teleplay), "Success Story", "Judging Books by Covers" and Season 2's "Edith's Problem" (story and teleplay), for which Burt won a Primetime Emmy Award in 1972.


Styler died of heart failure on 13 June 2011 at the Providence Tarzana Medical Center.[1]


Interview conducted with Burt Styler in 2007 by Stephen W. Bowie

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